All Articles: EU law

Introduction to the EU Settlement Scheme: 2 CPD

There are thought to be between three to four million EU citizens and their family members living in the UK, although nobody is quite sure how many exactly. Almost all of them will need to apply for a new immigration status by 30 June 2021 if they wan ...

8th June 2020 By

Advanced: Zambrano and EU citizenship: 3 CPD

The landmark Court of Justice of the European Union case of Zambrano fundamentally changed the basis of ‘derived’ EU residence rights. The initial judgment was short on reasons, though, and this course looks at subsequent EU and domestic case law ...

25th June 2019 By

OISC Level 1 Accreditation: Introduction to immigration, asylum, nationality and EU law: 16 CPD

Welcome to our complete and comprehensive online immigration law starter training course! It is ideal for aspiring OISC Level 1 advisers seeking accreditation and other budding immigration lawyers. We cover everything you need to know to get started i ...

13th June 2019 By

Advanced: Deportation of non EU and EU nationals: 4 CPD

Welcome to our course on deportation law! We cover the law and rules on deportation of non EU and EU citizens, including the complex statutory framework, overlapping immigration rules, automatic deportation, revocation of deportation orders, out of c ...

9th August 2018 By

Introduction to EU free movement law and applications: 4 CPD

This course examines the principles, sources and basic rights of EU free movement law as understood in the United Kingdom, in particular focussing on the rights of EU citizens and their non EU family members. It also looks at the practicalities of mak ...

13th July 2018 By

Advanced: Dublin 3 and third country returns within the EU: 2 CPD

Here we look at developments surrounding third country returns and in particular at the EU legislation known as “Dublin 3”. That is the instrument which now generally governs the procedures by which one European Union member state only will be ide ...

30th November 2017 By

Intermediate: EU law: Problem issues in permanent residence applications: 2 CPD

A quick look at Brexit so far, issues around work and seeking work (low earnings, part time employment, retaining rights when work ends), comprehensive sickness insurance, retained rights for family members, gaps in qualifying residence, residence pri ...

19th March 2017 By

Advanced: EU law: Surinder Singh cases: 2 CPD

Surinder Singh is the case that established that when a British citizen leaves the UK to live and work in another EU country, on their return they can bring family members with them using EU law, which is far more respectful of family life than UK imm ...

7th March 2017 By

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